Twin tiger deaths rock Sariska and Ranthambhore

21 March 2018

The Economic Times

JAIPUR: A day after a tiger got trapped in a barbed wire fence and choked to death in Sariska National Park, another male tiger died in Ranthambhore after it was tranquillised while being rescued from a village on Tuesday. The twin deaths have ignited a controversy, with green activists calling it a “black day” for wildlife in Rajasthan and alleging that the tiger died due to a tranquilliser overdose. 

The 13-year-old male tiger T-28, famously known as “Star” or “Sitara” in Ranthambhore .. 

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